Team Canada, skipped by Rachel Homan, won the Scotties Tournament of Hearts for the second consecutive year. They beat Alberta’ Val Sweeting 8-6 in the final game. Canada went undefeated at 13-0; the last time this happened was B.C.’s Linda Moor in 1985. In the bronze medal game, Manitoba took out Team Saskatchewan 7-3.
In the WHL, the Regina Pats hammered the Saskatoon Blades 7-3 in a one sided game. The Pats were in control from start to finish, with the shots on goal at 62-25 in favor of Regina.
In the OHL, the Windsor Spitfires split games, as they beat the North Bay Battalion 6-5, and then lost to the Mississauga Steelheads 3-2.
In the AHL, the Binghamton Senators lost to the Hamilton Bulldogs 5-4 in overtime. The Senators went into the all-star break with a record of 29-15-1-3, and they are in third place in the Eastern Conference.
In the NHL, the Ottawa Senators lost to the Boston Bruins 7-2 in a one-sided game. The Senators are in sixth place in the Atlantic Division with a 26-22-11 record.
In the National Lacrosse League, the Calgary Roughnecks beat the Minnesota Swarm 15-13. The Roughnecks record is 3-3 and they are in second place in the West Division.
In the NBA, the Los Angeles Clippers picked up two wins over the weekend. They beat the Philadelphia 76ers 123-87 and then beat the Toronto Raptors 118-105
In NCAA Basketball, the No. 3 Florida Gators beat the Alabama Crimson Tide 78-69 in a close game. The Gators are still in first place in the South Eastern Conference.
In the English Premier League, Manchester United tied Fulham 2-2. Man U’s record is 12-8-5, and they are in seventh place in the League.
That’s all, folks!